Monday, May 29, 2006

Ebay India sales statistics

Exchange4media.com has posted some very interesting statistics about ebay India:

E-commerce in India is currently worth Rs 2,300 crore. According to a survey, while there are a number of players in the online marketplace, eBay India is the most preferred website to shop online with 42 per cent (out of 12,700 people) people voting for eBay. Other players to follow are Rediff (23 per cent), Indiatimes (18 per cent), Yahoo (3 per cent), Fabmall (3 per cent), Sify (3 per cent), Google (1 per cent) and MSN (1 per cent).

On ebay.in :
  • One MP3 player sells every 17 minutes
  • Mobile accessories sell every 18 minutes (data cables, headsets and hands free kits)
  • PC game selling every 32 minutes (GTA and FIFA 2006 are the most searched)
  • Digital camera every 40 minutes (digital SLR cameras are showing significant growth. Digital cameras also outsell film cameras by 8 to1, most digital cameras sold are in the 5-7 MP range.)
  • Laptop sells every 56 minutes (Compaq and Dell are the most popular laptop brands)
  • A camcorder sells every 2 hours.
  • Handhelds and PDAs every 3 hours (O2 and I-mate being top selling brands)
  • DVD player every 5 hours

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

When I went to buy items on eBay India, all the games are burnt, ebay india boo

5:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do you statistics for year 2010??

12:08 AM  
Blogger Pankhuri Patel said...

E-Commerce has become the one of important need for any business or it is another way to handle business easily by providing convenient services to public.

In the last two decades, there have been improvements in the way online business is conducted.
E-commerce sites and applications have contributed a lot to these changes, and the changes have improved how many online traders do business.
Where some sites have over the years improved on various areas with a sole aim of improving on the business experience of both parties. On the other hand some sites are found to be very worst and fraud with their services, came to know after a survey, I have some of examples like, Indiatimes shopping, Timtara, Jabong.com, 100bestbuy, Rediff Shopping, ebay. Even I went through some of consumer forums and also found so many complaints against these sites. I think Govt. must take a needy action against these fraud sites.

3:21 PM  

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